Ninoshka Urrutia is recognised as "a very smart lawyer" who peers would "totally recommend" for her deep knowledge of patent and trademark law.
Ninoshka leads the intellectual property department. She is the country delegate (Guatemala) before the Interamerican Association of Intellectual Property (ASIPI) (2013–2018). She is a member of the committee of harmonisation of trademark law and practice of INTA (2018–2019), a member of the sub-committee of geographical indications of the ASIPI (2013–2018) and was a panellist for “Latin America and the Madrid Protocol: An Ending Story?” at INTA Berlin, Germany, (2008).
Her latest publications are Manual for the Application of Border Measures in the Framework of the Association Agreement between Central America and the EU (2017) and the Guatemala chapter in the publication of Manual for the Handling of Applications for Patents, Designs and Trademarks Throughout the World published by Kluwer Law International (as of 2018, an update is in progress).
She has a master’s degree in industrial property, intellectual property and information society law from Master Lvcentinvs, University of Alicante; Spain, (2008), she has a postgraduate in commercial law from the University of Salamanca; Spain, (2004) and she is an authorised lawyer and notary by the Faculty of Legal and Social Sciences, Rafael Landívar University, Guatemala, (2001).
She speaks Spanish and English.